Governor Mark Dayton statement on the flooding situation in Duluth


City of DuluthTHUNDER BAY – The Governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton has issued a statement on the flooding situation in Duluth, Minnesota. The statement was issued on June 20th the day the flood hit.

Governor Dayton said:

“This morning my thoughts are with our friends and neighbors in Duluth and the surrounding region, as they respond to major flooding. I have spoken to Duluth Mayor Don Ness and have offered all possible state assistance now and during the recovery. I will travel to Duluth tomorrow morning to discuss further how the state can help.

“Emergency crews are working hard to ensure public safety, while they begin the cleanup process. If you live or were planning to travel in the Duluth area, please follow their requests to stay off of affected roads and highways. Parts of Interstate 35 and Highway 23 are presently closed, as well as various local roads and streets. Please stay safe and allow the emergency crews to do their work”.

On June 20, 2012 the Governor also signed an Executive Order:

Executive Order 12-09

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